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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETIIBRinor: DAILY HERALD Friday, May 6. 1913 BASEBALL IABLES1 National Philadelphia New York- lirooVlui Chicago Piltsburfc SI Louis Hoston Cir.clnu.Ui 4 F T F R M iTH 0 FI PROMINENT WRESTLER 1 rtl ILIimnlll Ul THE Action Should be Taken to Discipline Craganour's Rider Declare Papers A BRAVE SUFFRAGETTE jockey. The Fall was to blame or with Dower, the Alberta lightweight formidable team that l.otuloa, June liiitcr rondemai-1 tion is beaiJ cu all today cl Of r.iclhixls oE Johnny Keifi, vvbo eenl Ciagauu'Jt lumping and pushing into in the derby and made Ihe great classic v.hat one paper terms "a nasty bfot on thn records of our national sporlsiuansbip." Tlie inquiry by ibe of the jockey club is still under way. Sport- ing writers are clamorous for tbe dis- ciplining of toe JkJall Gazette sai "Whether Reifl cot is a natter of importance: to thousands of race and to a' greater exteut uf tbe jirestigr of the s-port ol If in the stsvards' r-pinio.i, Rcifi Has pliysicaUv usatU to keep his rauuat straight acd pre- vent the inteciecface, justice demands that publicity be. gircn tu the fact." Sporting Lne inquires why Kciff, who must he Leld accountable (or the favorite's tvmd behaviour, has gone free thus far ?nd the Gazette sajs the jocfceyV conduct was of a cliarsctet impossible to overiooE ROUGH RIDIXG 'PREVALENT Rough rirt.Lg has an unfortun- ate feature in the preheat season, particularly ia the Newmaticl slaves recently, but there has nothing before lite" the incident' yesltrJay, a George McKenzic, "ho electrocu cd this mornlns, prominent fig- Mayor Gaynor to Put First Ball Into Meet Australians New York, June Gaynor .jJav less bat's inio tin; Scotchmen Made First Goal in First Half-and Englishmen Evened Up in Second The feud existing leuocn Iho Sons of England and CaUdi-n-dti enclosure i-i to '.Vest Sice club, jtams was evidenced in where Us and the Aus- inttnncdiate teams tralians uiil uieet in the preliminary out a one poil draw, 'lhs match the twelfth series for the ffas (uu c[ .-cod playing, Davis trophv. M. MtLaujhlin, ol HiOUjQ the scns ut.'rc not as ac- t'aliiorma, national champion, cutafc at shooting as lie Callies. and Horace Itise, of X.S.W., will he the first cotufftitors in the at 2 o'clock. At! the'cr.d of tliriT match, X. Wil- liaras. tbe voung Harvard player, will take tbe couit against S. X. PLAYED OXK MAX SHY The scores lure made with iind in each team's favor, the tfct GAMES IN MAJQR LEAGUES National H1XEV WAS OFF Prttsaorg, June the bases in lhi> first innir.g today with American HE HIT TWO HOMERS York, June Xevv -M tt -J- York put up a game fight against paises, and Wilson made a three- j Cleveland today, they lost in the bagger to ri'lil field. This drive uaing ly 5 to Y of ly won the game tor Pittsburg. Karl the Highlanders, hit two home runs Moore supplanted llixcy in the third. Adams pitched good ball, though a bit vild. Phi ladel pSU............ 2 S 0 Piltsburs.............. C 7 0 Hiiey, Moore and Killifer; Adams Doust, (he oi tbe the vere coin- snort, and er such a handicap. The Callies won the toss, and car- frora tic antipoJes. The courts arc ed yeMerdaV's MfK[ Auslialia to compro- KEDS FAILED TO SCORE Cincinnati, Juae 5 Kucfcer pilcl.ed hrilliaQt ball for BrooUvn today, and the .visitors easily defeated Cincin- nati 4 to 0. Two hits was the sum total of Ciecinnati's hitting ability, first Rucaer allowed or.r base on balls. On he other hand, Johnson pitched fair all, but was poorly supported in pir.cfces. rooklyn............... 4 1 0 inclnnali.............. 0 2 2 Rucker and Miller; Johnsou and champion, previous to the cvcr phved in this country. S-- f'' bcuts held here last March. Flash-McLaujhlin of America, beat hut 'he Sons reversed the play and McKtnzie is the one presenting his of Auslralia, tnrco straight. profile I 6-1 0-3 6-3. NOTHING TO IT BUT REGINA AND VANCOUVER HORSES AT WINNIPEG ConnaughtTiopny GOB to Van- Makes Poor Shown" repetition writer, 1 t JEST WON OAKS vnothir of English Classic Races Won by Unexpected Hcrse at Good Price Dalzell almost succerfed in getting past Millar for a srore. FIltST SCOKR The Callies scored on a penalty kick, when Pearson's fist connected with" a sure shot lor goal. Tennant ticked the penalty, which entered the Sons' net for the first tally. Before hall time, the Sons were given a penalty kick-, but 1'arsor.s en- would 'put aa eui to public interest in tie great sport Ail the prnrnincat jorkcys have hern Winnipeg, June have Van- couver and Hegina s-ept the Winni- peg Horse Show in all the classes T; considered tie best." The A. D. McFlae stables tirely missed the goal. SONS BVCN" L'P The Sons scored in the second half, v'vvith the'wir.d in.their favor. The bait was in llc-Calnes' tcrri- tocy, and uhen to run it o'Jt. instead oi kicking. The Oaks, run at F.paom lin succeeded in taSing'jt aivay frora todav, worth was won him, and scored loathe1 S.O.E. ,A SIUXIXG UOHJ r Hiigg'eft, loij the Scis, put up very reticent, Htifr, since the dent, has said Cja33r blue ribbons, and what dent, has said uplhine. It is-inowa, j to v. Kerr, of Regina, howerer, when Craganour jammed up S rven Hunt Club Iv Aboyeur v.hicb, by tbe. way blinders, Woolen, who was ridis; teams go to Calgary, their entries by J. B. Jqel's Jest, st 8 to 1. L.- A. Xewmen's "Arda Matliau- us Depechc, 20 to 1, was sec- ond, and Robinson's Ardath, ICO ro S. was third. Pme and Wainonlha finished In tbe were tbe favorites. Shojun, bottled up, 'could "not take j taking first. In tl.e pony tandem? the opcninjc and yelled io I'iper, ivho Bros., ol Rcgir.a, got first answered, -'not my fault, can't help It." I'ilOJIPTED HKH Rtvtnge lor KngliFh'prison treat- nifnt. that physically and mentally nnbalaiiced her, was as much the mo- tive as militancy in actuating Mrs. Davis, the woman who grabbed the bridle of the Kind's horse, Anmer, at the derby, according" to an opinion, voiced by Lillian Scott-Troy, the Ran1 Francisco sufirajcetle. The suffragette party 'says the wo- man's act was a splendid achievement the two for-fhe cause :atd that.ptople world over now hold only and second with liraco Bclveiaie'an the Bantam, the latter a pony, and S. E. Hani Rosewood and' Claremont Spar's. The slat event of the matinee, the heivy harness sin- g'-e, was won by Couikss Seaton, owned hv V. Km. Kegina ECC- oad, Col. A. D. JlcRae's Perfect Dreams. Tbe L'nicorn class, A., Lead- er, dtiren in front of the pair, went to Mrs. A. D. Mcrtae, ol Vancouver. Parsons Uros. with the Bantam, won the single pony class with the remarkably good tbe fact'that he had no inside right to aid him. Pearson war ptobably the effective playcr_io.r the. Sons while McLaughlin, JlacMillan am Tennant for the Callies, showed up particularly strong. The line-up S! 0. Parsons and Hoi lar.d Truman, Pearson and Farrow by Iluggott, Draper, Vv'aUMn DaUell. Kennedy and Ian 5lacdonalrl, Dill and MscMillan Harold Mcllrena, Hugh McTlreoa Tennant, liarl and MaoLalighhn. There Is a movement on foot in the city to celebrate the First of July here in a specially pretentious by same exhibitors, Braco Balvfinie, holding a big of sports, and a second. J. A. Colilwell's Muskrat, ol trho, by their re- fusal to Ifslfn to voice argument and reason have dtircn women desperate courses." to HOW ALSO-RANS FINISHED London, June following Is tbe revised list of runners In the Derby, finishing in tho order given: In addition to Aboyeur, Louvols and Oreat Sport, tbey were: Nimbus fourth, DEJ- COEet fifth, Shogun slTth' Sun Yat seventh, Baehelor'a Wedding c-lghth, Aldegond ninth, Prue tenth, AgP.dir eleventh, JaraiEEOn twelfth and Ejjid B'jrr thirteenth. fn addition a ere Cragano-jr. which disqualified, and whose ''Jockey was injured Keny Tjhiskies are adveriisefl as Ihs'Baat but no proof is given. The quotations in papers prove tha best is JOHN JAMESON'S. thoughts lieaiendous courage I Vancouver, caught second in the high and daring of the woman who has i jumping. The faianus Roh Roy re- laVen her life into her hand to to jump at the foot mark, this and "the wickedness Sis leet four inches was the'-top mark. Mis. A. D. Mclias's Sir Hec- tor and St. James won the pairs in tho heaw harness chss with Ken, ol Regina, Ladies Sunderlacd and Sutherland, secor.d. The first for the ladies' saddle horse' went to Kerr, of HcEioa.'v.ith Hcnrjn Bay, a marc has swept every class clean. COXXAL'GHT CUP LEAVES '1'KU The ConnaugH Cup, only in its second year, Icavts Winnipeg with Sir Hector and Sir Janus, owned by Mrs. Mcliae, of Vancouver. meeting to that purpose Is to be held at the Y. M. C. A. tonight. The busi- ness n-.en and others will be asked to join in with the various athletic bod- ies of the city to further the move, ment. It is the idea of the promoters to make it an annual This would make Lethbridge the mecca ol Southern Alberta every First of July, The Idea appears to te a good one, and deserves fostering. FRANKS STRUCK 'FOULAND LOS' HAD JOE HARRIS ABOUT OUT I BOUT AT EDMONTON LAST NIGHT the secoud with HarUcIl on bases. Mitchell pitchtd fine ball lor desc- end. He relieved Stern in tt.e 4th. McC'onnell .also pitched a fairly ef- fective game, though he was hit free- ly in the first three innings. 5 10 1 Ken- York.............. 3 C 2 Steen, Milchell aud O'Neill; JlcCon- nell and Sweeney. JI.ADK fc'OOD CHAXOi: Washington, June Louis re- vised its hatting order with good results nnd easily delcated Washing- ton 12 to 3, in the third game ot the series. All the home pitchers looked alike and were hit to aK parts of the lot. St. Louis DQSTOX HEAT CHICAGO Chicago, June Hess al- iwed only one hit up to the ninth f.ning today, while Boston bur.ched its off Cheney and Humphries and the sccot.d game of the scries, to -I: Cincinnati's defeat enabled he visitors to step out "of last placo gain. Cheney went to pieces in the fifth nd shoived no improvement in the ixth. Evers substituted Humphries, ho pitched good ball in spots. Joston................ S 13 2 hicsgo............... 4 6 I Hess and Brown; breVs and Archer. Chic.ipo Washing leu Hostqn St. Louis Detroit New- YorS; ,fr. I., r.u. Xevvark........... ...'...726 17 .COS Iluflalo 25 1! .595 21 20 .515 ILiltnnorc Providence Montreal Jersey City 23 10 20 17 21 17 22 11 25 .500 .4S7 .117 Mi; .350 Association 12 16 3 11 YVasblnfilon Mitchell and McAllister; Mullen, AJtrock, Gallln and Henry. ATHLETICS TROUNCE-TICiEHS Philadelphia, June lost .heir third "straight 'game of the ser- the locals today by 10 to 6. xWlllett pitched for tl.e visitors, and flic Mack men got to him hard. Connie JIack sent in 'a youngster, ottrell, formerly of the New York State League, lie got away with his e, although he was hit nearly as hard as Willet. c 13 1 Cheney, Hum- St. Louis, June York at ,1. Louis postponed, rain. TOD..SIOW "Why-has your daughter dropped ler hospital work so "She found she'd have to nl; poor patients Tor two years before .hey entrusted her with any million aires. 2o she's going on" the stage in musical City Journal. Louisville Columbus MihrauVee Kansas City Minneapolis St. Paul Indianapolis Toledo 27 19 23 1? as 21 P.O. -5S7 .573 .571 26 23 23 21 22 23 19 24 15 32 .531 ,4RD .489 ,412 .919 Western Canada L. P.C. Saskatoon Moose Jaw Calgary......... Medicine Hat Edmonton Regina 31 i IT 12 11 "10 11 17 S 16 8 21 .540 .5S5 .521 .393 .333' .276 Seattle Vancouver Portland X'ictoria Tacoma Spokane N orllnveslcrn W. L. 31 13 .620 Philadelphia............10 14 WIHelt and Rondeau; Cotterill and Lapp.- SCOTT IX GREAT FORM June held to four singles by'Hooper nnd Hall, two'being of a s'cratch nature, and Chicago shut out the locals 5 to 0. The visitors hit Leonard opportunely and' did some good base-running. Er- rors by Uoston were costly. Chicago............... 5 10 0 Uoston................. 0 4-2 Scott and Schalk; Leonard and Car- rigan. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES 2S 21 35 21 25 2c 23 30 18 31 .571 .51.1 .443 .310 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES International LEAFS PIAY AWFUL 'BALL Toronto, June lost to- day's gimc bj- 15 to 3, tbs Bisons ECOring nine of the runs io the fourth, when fourteen of the visitors west to bat. Alter this the game ivas no con- lest, although Jack Frill tried his best to M the Leafs hit the ball. Tbe Leafs' crippled list was_ enlarged to- day, when Tim Jordan Vrcnched his knee in colliding with Northern after a fly ball. It was not Tim's -bad fcnce lhat received Ihe wrtuch. Buffalo......V'..........15 IE 7 Toronto............... 3 10 3 Howdy; Qouilal, Heame and Graham. Association Kansas City............ 4 8 2 vMlqneapolis G C n Vaughn and O'Connor; Young and Owens. St. Paul 7 14 10 14 Cutting and Hughes; Kargcr and Miller. KHOX DOUBLED SCORE Sunday School League Team Played Good Game of Ball St. Andrew's had the score doubled on by Knox tjauoall team in an This class was for heavy harness Intermediate Sunday School league pairs. Col. A. D. Mclbe gels last night. The scorq was 0 to end with Perf.'ct nicaras and Sun-: 3. The game was one ot the fastest rise. The lieutenant-governor's m.-ig-' of the season, and Glllh and Sang nif.ceot pair only rmie a third, lor pitched a clevtr game, opposed to which no prize was ejvxn. Killarney tach other. The and his mate, entered by Mrs. A. D. SL e.; Joe Qlllis, Mcllae, won the blue ribbon in the'p.; Mnnro, T. WaUon, tb; I'ltney, sporting tandem chss. Tl.e Calgary 5S; Mclnlosh, 3b; Ueo. Walton, 1.1; Hunt Cluh of Calgary, j-ot ths MuJ Victor Glilis, Kidratb, r.f. with its entry In the hunt teams, i c.; Sang, p.; McKaln, This shows a ptttty ten'Tal ib: Hanich, Sb; IJonnell, Camp- up o( the events which mnst eihiHt-jbell, 3b; Murray, l.f.; Younj-, c'.; -Mc- ois ol fine.horses arc to win. Ktllop, rf E. Ollmore. A leen is now antUiraVd in The standing grand championship Every seat in tfc big ampith'.ntre was sold, ar.d the. -tst-rn iri ssy they have never stea larger croxds. Kdmonton, June Harris, claimant of the featherweight cham- ionshir. of the north of England, von the decision mi a foal at tbe Km- )ire Auditorium tonight over Eddie for what scheduled to he fifLeen-rouDd contest for the light- weight championship of Western Ca- nada. For Hie tlrst six rounds liar. ri3 had the advantage, hut it was all Franks for the remaining four. After a fierce mix-tip at the ropes in the tenth, Harris dropped, and while the refereo was counting over him, Franks stnie'x him again on Iho chest. lleferee Green thereupon awarded the contest to Hnrrls. There was some talk several days mo ot tl.e bout belng'siopped, hut the city council on Tuesday night filed the rcijuLst o( the Temperance and Moral Ucfirtn league, and decided to take no action to stop boxlag In Ed- monton. Whiskey Ton It io yonr and to the best' ia tonttget M veil as In food. I BOXING SOUT AT PRINCE ALBERT Knox Ht. Andres's L. 0 1 3 P.C .ecs .000 Jersey City Baltimore 7 0 C 3 Toledo............. Smith and Severoirl; and Devolght. Doeacher and IJlalr: Hoth and Kgan. Xeivark......... Providence Lee and lllggins; Mocher. Tlochesler......... Montreal......... Qulnn anil William anj Duma. 711 1 4 12 Whealler and S 12 2 272 3; llnrhe, Dale Canadian Oitawa 8, Lor.don 2.'Hamilton 7, Petcrboro 2. Merlin S. Ouelpli 2. St. G, Uraiui'ord 5. Columbus......... [ndiananolis....... Dai is and Smith; Cotter. 3 C 2 S Harrington and 3 S 0 2 S 2 l-cfty George TIB AT HAT Medicine Hat, June Darkness prevented tho first game of the Hat- Grey Bird series SO'IB for eitra sis- sioiiE, and It was called at tbe end of the the score standing 3 to S. "Neither' team scored In the last five frames. The hits "nere well scat- tered, and o{ not much value. N Pracli- caliy nil the runs were scored on pass- ed balls' and errors.-.. Hoth riltchers were a little wild and got into sever- al tlsbt places, but brilliant fielding helped them out. Tbo weather was ideal. Score: Edmonton a 5 I Medicine Hat 36-1 Blerdorfer acd Stark; Brown anil CALGARY" WON HOT GA-ME Moose Jaw, June 5 With a cold, raw wind blowing and rain threaten- ing throughout Ihe. game, tho Cal- gary Dronks took. the first game'oE tho tcries with the HoMn Hoods hero today hy a scoro of 3 to 2. In spile of the poor weather conditions the garoo was a hotly contested one from slai to finish. Tho locals were very Inchy to lose, two bad Infield errorft accounting for the loss of the game. Xorthrup clearly outpltched lleese, striking out nine Calgarians, and al- lowing but si1! lilts. In the eighth Ir.i- ing he got out ot a had hole: with one out the Hronchos f North .rest cm T.icoma'5, Vancouver 1. Portland 3, Victoria 1. Seattle 3, Spokane C. Pacific Cons! Los Angeles 0, Sacramento 7. San Francisco.5, Venice 0. Portland 10, Oakland 6. NoHliovn Superior 11, St. <'.iul 5. 5, Virginia -5. So oUicr.gamcs, rain. but Xorthrup struck'out bolt Meynra.. and Strelh. Calgary. Moose Jaw Hccsc and Moore. 3 B 0 203 Ilochc, and GAMR 1'OSTPONF.D SaEkatoon-lleslna game prevented by bad weather. At the Butts NOTICES OVERSEAS' PRACTICE There will be a practice of Ihe'ttrcr- seas Fcottall club this evenlpg on tho grounds north ol the tracks. All play- .t jt. .j. .t. 4. jf era are to be. on hand at j ANDRlW-a Warner pla7s Uthlindgc to- -H St. Oprian'a play St. Andrew's an Prince Albert, June Mul- nieht at the Alhletlc park, j fntermedJaie Sunday School leagua 3oon did not and Yoyng the gac-.c tonirafnting at 6.45. {gaTie tonight at Adams Park. St. son gaie an exhibition with a will three new 'Cyprian's line-up will be- local joiingsler, though playcta in line. Collier; Adams arul Kelly; Geoghc- ed In speed acd Fcic-nce, ha'I a big haD'Jlcao in hciicht and j. 4< Collier and Sharp; Jonee, Ilook- cr, Knox, flharp and Natuie ahr.e pjt the proper flavor m tobacco, [n TUKN OUT TOMORROW The Lelhbridge Hide vrUl liolil tho Ecconrl stage of the C. 11. imlch on Saturday Tftomoon, nnd the same ficcre to count on tho of Dominion, of Canadi is n. siher cup, vrlth the Dominion coat of arinr, and the Din- ner's nanip cns'iivcrl on lit presenter! by the to be shot for In four slage.i. ami is an individual prize. The also exi-tcts fo put tip a har.dicmc prize Jist for Dominion day, 1. All inrmterB aro rerjuCBted to turn out tomorrow for the aecon.t staso of tho 0, H. b match. Do it for Lethbridgc SMOKE "LA DELLA" AND "Ml PERLA" CIOAHS, UNION MADE. At all flm clasr, Hotels and Clear slanilB. ;